Fort Lauderdale Consumer Rights Lawyers
Consumer class action lawsuits are one of the most effective tools that consumers have to challenge unfair and deceptive business practices. Oftentimes, unscrupulous lending institutions, debt collectors, and other businesses know that if they fraudulently deceive their customers for an amount of money that may not be enough for them to hire a lawyer and fight for their rights.
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In such cases, they can frequently get away with making millions, if not hundreds of millions of dollars, if they do it to enough people. With class action litigation, consumers have a much more realistic chance of recovering money that they have been defrauded out of by joining their claims together with other consumers in the same situation.
In order to pursue a class action lawsuit, the group of individuals that are filing the claim must show that they have similar financial damages and a common legal claim. Our Fort Lauderdale consumer rights attorneys can help you prepare for the process. The usual procedure is that a lead plaintiff, or a few lead plaintiffs, will file the lawsuit on behalf of all individuals who were similarly wronged by the corporation or entity.
Why Choose Our South Florida Law Firm?
At Loan Lawyers, we are currently involved in several class actions on behalf of consumers that have been defrauded by the illegal activity of banks, loan servicers, and debt collectors.
Oftentimes, class actions begin with one consumer realizing that he or she has been taken advantage of by an unscrupulous company.
Some common deceitful and unethical tactics used to profit against unsuspecting consumers are:
- Charging unauthorized fees
- Overcharging for services
- Unauthorized or illegal debt collection activity
- Deceptive business practices
- Charging for services not rendered
- Misapplication of payments
- Improper processing of payments
- Improper assessing of late fees
If you think your rights may have been violated by a bank, lending institution, loan servicer, debt collector, or other business entity, call Loan Lawyers today at (844) 344-4813 for a free consultation with one of our experienced Miami and Fort Lauderdale attorneys.